U.S. Supreme Court building

From left, seated, Miami-Dade County Attorney u200bAbigail Price-Williams and Broward County Attorney u200bJoni Armstrong Coffey. From left, standing, u200bMiami-Dade First Assistant County Attorney u200bGeri Bonzon Keenan u200band Palm Beach County Attorney u200bDenise Nieman. Courtesy photo

Amanda McGovern

Tiffany Hendricks of Perlman, Banjadas, Yevoli & Albright

What’s the state of women in the legal industry on International Women’s Day 2018? Here’s a look at recent woman-focused news—showing a mixed bag of successes and shortfalls.

Why Are There So Few Women SCOTUS Advocates? New research shows women are significantly underrepresented in the elite ranks of advocates who argue before the court. Tony Mauro asked practitioners why and what can done about it.

Diversity’s Paradigm Shift Makes for Better Law Firms Diversity encourages creative and novel strategies, and it should be adopted by law firms to improve their results, writes attorney Amanda McGovern.

Diversity in the Legal Profession Is a Great But Frustrating Goal The legal profession talks a lot about diversity and goals for reaching parity, but it’s sometimes hard to detect progress.

Three County Attorneys, Three South Florida Women Expounding on the Road to Success The county attorneys in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties offer career guidance for women in law.